Discover the brands redefining the marijuana experience

Contemporary brands have made efforts to redesign the experience of marijuana: these the names to look out for, from community-centered dispensaries to elegant objects

Green Qween Marijuana dispensary dispensary, Los Angeles. Grey counters with glass tops in front of an orange wall with shelves which are curved on the tops.
Green Qween dispensary, Los Angeles
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Designers have found new ways to to consume, store and present marijuana, with sleek aesthetic and a functional approach. From luxury marijuana smoking pipes to tech-driven vape pens for cannabis consumption and sleek accessories such as trays and containers, browse our edit of the best marijuana designs by entrepreneurs, artists and makers – as well as actor Seth Rogen. 

Marijuana accessories and brands

 Laundry Day Aluminium Grinders

Aluminium cube cannabis grinder

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Laundry Day founder Victoria Ashley has always been inspired by ‘the relationships between design, people, and the spaces they occupy’, creating a brand of cannabis accessories that are based on simplicity and functionality. Laundry Day’s newest Aluminium Grinders are a fitting embodiment of the brand’s ethos, inspired by modernist architecture and featuring a minimalist, unassuming design. The sculptural Cube Grinder can be placed in both upright and angular positions, and features four removable components that connect via a magnet, and is equipped with an aluminium scoop.

Flora Nero cannabis accessories

Two images. Left, a smoking pipe made of a glass globe and a wooden pipe. Right, a large burgundy table light on a gold cloth.

The Globe (left) and table lighter (right), by Flora Nero.

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LA-based design house Flora Nero aims at redefining modern luxury through a series of expertly crafted cannabis accessories, designed by architect Marc Thorpe and made by artisans globally. Dubbed Other_Wordly, the brand’s debut collection is inspired by the space race and UFOs, and features pipes, trays, lighters and cases, made in anodised aluminium (made in collaboration with material experts Neal Feay) and blown glass, and available in bronze, gold and black finishes. ‘Other_Worldly speaks to a holistic collective consciousness we share as a species,’ says Thorpe. ‘Universal geometries, interlocking volumes, and dimensional planes communicate this sacred language shared amongst the stars.’


Different sized and coloured bongs on a tiled floor.

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Led by designer Simone Bonanni, Weed'd is a Milanese brand of smoking accessories made by Italian craftsmen. 'Wee'd does not perceive the act of smoking as an opportunity to get high, but rather as
a chance to slow down, relax and take a break from the hectic pace of modern life,' reads a statement introducing the brand. For the first collection, Bonanni created his own version of a bong, also asking Valerio Sommella and Maddalena Casadei to do the same. Made of ceramic and each available in three colours, the three bongs double as elegant objects to proudly display in the home.

Crystal Ball Pipe by Sackville & Co.

Four crystal ball cannabis pipe's in different colours on square platforms.

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Female-founded, design-focused contemporary cannabis accessories brand Sackville & Co. launched the Crystal Ball Pipe, 'an elevated cannabis collectable and statement piece for the home.' Coming from backgrounds in art and fashion, Lana Van Brunt and Hayley Dineen started Sackville & Co. to create a brand of marijuana-focused objects that would double as home decor. Two years in the making, the Crystal Ball Pipe features an orb-shaped smoking vessel, and a base for when the sphere is not in use. Available in four colours, it is made of premium borosilicate glass known for its durability and withstanding high temperature.

Theodore Musa

Two woman's hands holding a jar with a lid in each hand.

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Atlanta-Based cannabis accessory brand Theodore Musa aims at reimagining smoking essentials with a striking, ever-changing aesthetic. The brand was launched during the pandemic by a group of creatives from different backgrounds, who got together under the Theodore Musa Studios aegis offering thoughtful design and community focused initiatives.

The brand’s debut (dubbed ‘Season 1’) includes a rolling tray, apothecary jar, a multifunctional grinder, and an ashtray, whose designs are inspired by street signs and other utilitarian graphics and objects. ‘We wanted a space to do, make, and share things with an audience specifically in this city,’ explain the founders. ‘Through experiential events and group art shows, we want to be a brand that exists far beyond product offering.’

Houseplant by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg

Two different shaped jars with dark brown on the top and light at the base.

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Actor Seth Rogen and film producer Evan Goldberg joined forces to launch cannabis brand Houseplant in their native Canada in 2018 (recently expanding their offering with cannabis delivery to California). Selling one-of-a-kind marijuana as well as related accessories, born from, as Rogen puts it, ‘our love and passion for cannabis, design, and art.’

Houseplant has expanded its reach offering a series of household pieces to complement the cannabis experience. The Housegoods collection includes a marble lamp and a clay ashtray set designed by Rogen to ‘evoke a sense of nostalgia while sliding seamlessly into a modern lifestyle’. The set is the result of Rogen’s newfound love for ceramics, and comes after years of research and development: the ashtray features a deep well (to avoid ashes flying away), a generous notch and a compartment to hold essentials such as a lighter.

Laundry Day

Different coloured marijuana smoking pipes on round platforms.

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Launching Laundry Day in 2018, maker & artisan Vic Ashley wanted to ‘to change the visual narrative behind cannabis use and normalize smokeware via thoughtful, modern design’. A couple of years on, and the brand offers a full range of smoking accessories, including pipes in glass and ceramic, trays and lighters in bold colours. 

Soon after launching, however, Ashley noticed that her distinctive pieces were often bought to use as home decor by non-smokers – prompting her to add a line of homeware goods such as candles and vessels to the range with the plan to further expand into furniture and interiors in the future.


Marijuana smoking vape by Vessel. A black rectangular object with rounded corners.

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Hailing from Carlsbad, California, Vessel is ‘a community-led company that uplifts the cannabis consumption experience with luxury accessories.’ The brand’s offering includes thoughtfully-designed cannabis vape pen batteries as well as dry-herb accessories, created with sustainability in mind and a tech approach. Founded by tech, wellness and sports enthusiast entrepreneur James Choe, Vessel started as ‘a collaborative environment to inspire both the people within the company and the consumer.’ The Vessel cannabis devices include details such as optimized airflow technology, extra-long battery life and low temperature settings.


A blue bong with a round base and a long neck on a wooden shelf.

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Summerland Ceramics was founded with a mission to ‘change the way we think about bongs and to promote a cleaner, more sustainable way to smoke’. The San Francisco-based brand is now introducing the new sculptural Blue Lake bong, hand-crafted and glazed in a distinctive ultramarine blue glaze. As other Summerland bongs, the new Blue Lake series is available in three shapes and sizes, and it is designed to offer a safe experience, avoiding the smoke and ash resulting from pipe use. The company’s small-batch production is entirely made by hand in Northern California, using local clay to create functional and beautiful pieces.

Mae x Joe Doucet

Cannabis accessories on a red stepped surface.

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New York-based designer Joe Doucet has created a line of cannabis accessories for newly-launched brand MAE. Hailing from LA and founded by fashion entrepreneur Armen Gregorian, the brand’s name stands for ‘Mind at Ease’, a motto inspired by Gregorian’s own quest for a more natural nightly ritual in place of his habitual glass of wine. The collection designed by Doucet includes a pipe, a humidor, an ashtray, a grinder, a clip and a water pipe, while MAE also offers luxury cannabis oil vaporizers, cartridges, a CBD oil vaporizer and micro THC and CBD vaporizers, created to offer ‘an elevated take on cannabis’. Gregorian also developed odorless cartridges, conceived to make the experience as discreet as possible.

Omura by Michael Young

Rectangular cannabis smoking pipes with rounded corners in different colours on a black background.

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Designed by Michael Young, next-generation cannabis device Omura Series X is a new whole flower vaporizer fitted with a heat-not-burn technology. The device allows for the benefits of the whole flower without the combustion, and the brand offers uniquely developed flowersticks (sativa, indica, hybrid, or CBD) to deliver a precise dose with each use. The sleek device created by Young conceals the technology and is available in slate, gold, quartz and jade. ‘Like drinking wine, the Omura Series X allows users to choose the right amount by layering Flowersticks. This lets people perfect their dose and unwind without worry,’ says Co-CEO Michael Simpson. ‘It exemplifies cannabis consumption as nature intended it.’

Serra By Hemson

Cannabis accessories on wooden wall shelves with potted plants around them.

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Cannabis lifestyle brands Serra and Hemson Goods have joined forces to create a series of functional accessories and tools to neatly fit into contemporary homes. Featuring a chill box, a grinder, a box, a tray and pre-roll tip, the series is defined by a minimalist aesthetic and natural materials. The objects are tactile, their ergonomic forms crafted from solid beechwood and characterized by smooth, tactile surfaces to elevate the experience while maintaining an elegant appearance.

Cannabis dispensaries from Toronto to LA

Gotham, NYC

Gotham NYC Cannabis marijuana dispensary

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Downtown NYC Cannabis and Cultural Concept Store Gotham offers the finest cannabis products including local brands such as Edie Parker, Flowerhouse and House of Puff among others. 'Gotham is a reflection of New York’s rich history and influence. We’re proud to be one of the pioneers reimagining what the legalized cannabis market can become in the state,' said founder Joanne Wilson. The refined concept store offers a curated selection of marijuana accessories as well as health and beauty products and accessories for the home. Wilson also partnered with Strive, a charity supporting those impacted by the justice system to create a pathway to life-changing careers: the non-profit will receive a portion of proceeds to fund their programs.

Green Qween cannabis dispensary, Los Angeles

Orange wall shelves surrounded by grey panels which are arched on the tops.

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QTBIPOC-owned (Queer and Transgender People of Color) cannabis dispensary Green Qween just opened in Downtown Los Angeles, with interior design by Cannabis dispendaries specialist SevenPoint Interiors. The social equity licensed dispensary aims at honouring queer history while setting a new business model based on representation and philantropy. ‘While rainbows will not cover the interior of [Green Qween], colored acrylic panels will be installed on our windows to interact with the light to create a kaleidoscope of colours and geometric shapes representing the fluid diversity of our powerful community,’ Andrés Rigal, who co-founded Green Qween with Taylor Bazley, wrote on Instagram ahead of the dispensary’s opening. ‘The contemporary light installation will fill the space with every colour of the rainbow bathing the room in an ever changing display of light & colour.’

Shelf space in the dispensary is prioritised for LGBTQ+ owned cannabis brands, and the design of its displays featuring pastel colours, arches and terrazzo surfaces is conceived to form, Rigal explains, ‘an inviting, accessible, elevating ambiance encouraging interaction.’

Strongly linked to its community, the dispensary’s proceeds will benefit the forthcoming DTLA Proud Community Center, a safe LGBTQ+ space whose services range from training to financial advise, counselling and mentoring programmes.

Alchemy, Toronto

Rows of glass shelving globes mounted on curved sections of a wall.

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A design concept to ‘elevate the future of cannabis’, Alchemy an immersive retail space, opening in Toronto. Alchemy founder and CEO Richard Browne commissioned local interior designer Paolo Ferrari, who conceived a space aimed at delivering ‘a cerebral experience infused with artistry, nature, and technology.’ The store’s setting blends minimal and theatrical interiors, with practical contemporary touches such as digital viewers to discover the products and an aluminium self-checkout table, which glides through the space thanks to custom wheels running on a track on the floor. Ferrari combined natural terracotta brick, terrazzo, aluminium, mirrored surfaces and greenery throughout the store, creating an eclectic environment. Says the designer: ‘for us, the store is somewhere between a laboratory and temple. The best retail environments are about celebrating the human experience and presenting highly considered, multi-sensory environments.’

Edition X, Toronto

Interiors of Exition X Cannabis Shop in Toronto. A grey room with steps along the walls, a meshed metal table in the middle of the room and potted plants around it.

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Designed by StudioAC, this retail store for Canadian cannabis brand Edition X, located in Toronto’s Annex district, is functional but also tactile, conceptual and visually arresting. StudioAC directors Jennifer Kudlats and Andrew Hill describe the project as ‘retail sculpture’. They say, ‘Rather than the act of designing shelves, displays or sales desks, we wanted to produce a singular design element, a sculpture of sorts that has its own aesthetic quality and massing that simultaneously is inspired by existing conditions while also setting out to define new ones.’ The relatively narrow interior is now defined by an elongated central form that draws the eye and brings everything together. Its design consists of a table element and ceiling made from off-the-shelf, industrial fibreglass grating. The white and grey colour palette keeps everything crisp and minimalist, allowing the shapes and products to take centre stage. A front of house gallery space cleverly screens the retail area beyond, adhering to Canada’s regulations that require these stores to be discreet in their promotion of cannabis culture.

Writer: Ellie Stathaki

Farnsworth Fine Cannabis, Berkshire Mountains

Farnsworth Fine Cannabis dispensary in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. Wall shelving made of wood and white marble with curved corners on each section and a door on either side of it.

Farnsworth Fine Cannabis dispensary in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. 

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Farnsworth Fine Cannabis was founded by entrepreneur Alexander Farnsworth and fashion designer Adam Lippes, and born from the idea that cannabis should be easy, elegant and for everyone. Their full-flower cannabis cigarettes (a custom design by the brand) are available in three versions (light, classic and bold), and the brand offers a curated selection of custom designed smoking accessories in silver and gold, diamond encrusted jewelry, fashion apparel, and rare vintage treasures from the likes of Cartier, DuPont, Tiffany and Dunhill.

The marijuana brand also offers an immersive experience with a 2,000 square-foot showroom in the heart of the Berkshire Mountains (a couple of hours away from New York City), created by London-based architect Simon Aldridge.

Cannoe Stores, Ontario

A bar counter made of cream bricks with a grey top, wooden bar chairs and globes hanging above it.

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Popping up all over Ontario, the design of Cannoe Stores is based on a distinctive counter (or 'bud bar') customized for each location, using significant local materials and features. For example, the Queen Street East location (pictured aboce) features a design made of bricks inspired by the area's Victorian houses, while other locations feature etched glass panels and ladder-style shelving systems. Canadian architecture practice Williamson Williamson set to create dispensaries that reflect their neighbourhoods, designed as a cross between a retail space and a bar.

Rosa Bertoli was born in Udine, Italy, and now lives in London. Since 2014, she has been the Design Editor of Wallpaper*, where she oversees design content for the print and online editions, as well as special editorial projects. Through her role at Wallpaper*, she has written extensively about all areas of design. Rosa has been speaker and moderator for various design talks and conferences including London Craft Week, Maison & Objet, The Italian Cultural Institute (London), Clippings, Zaha Hadid Design, Kartell and Frieze Art Fair. Rosa has been on judging panels for the Chart Architecture Award, the Dutch Design Awards and the DesignGuild Marks. She has written for numerous English and Italian language publications, and worked as a content and communication consultant for fashion and design brands.